Metro Detroit and surrounding areas have much in store this week in respect to worthwhile activities and events for the Islamic-conscious community. Below is a diverse snapshot into the coming week's opportunities.
Swimming Sessions At Clague (for Males)
- Time: 8:30PM to 10PM
- 1st Session on Thursday February 14
2nd Session on Thursday February 28
- Location: Clague Middle School
2616 Nixon Rd, Ann Arbor 48105
Fees: Person per session
Above 18 years old: $5.00 ($10 for 2 sessions)
18 years old and under: $2.00 ($4 for 2 sessions)
- Five and under are free
Inta Umri: Tarab Together with Amer Zahr
It will take place February 15th, 7pm at the AANM.
We Don't Want Them: Race and Housing in Metropolitan Detroit, 1900 - 1968
Exhibtion open February 15 - 27, 2013
FREE with Museum Admission
Do you live where you want to live, or where you have to live? It’s a question that many people either do not think about, or have never asked themselves. Why? Because today the ability to simply live in a house is viewed as a basic necessity that affords numerous choices and one that is accessible to everyone. History, however, has proven that to be untrue. In reality, the founding of America’s cities and towns have been built upon social, economic, and legally sanctioned racial separation, and these disparities have been presented most poignantly in the engaging traveling exhibition, We Don’t Want Them: Race and Housing in Metropolitan Detroit, 1900 – 1968.